Can’t bring yourself to pay $800 to more than $1,000 for a smartphone? Samsung’s new line of lower-priced, entry-level models give you some new options.
Sure, they may not sport the premium technical features of Samsung’s Galaxy S21 phones, released three months ago. But these more economically-priced offerings may do the job for many customers.
Samsung’s lowest-priced new phone, the A02s (starting at $109.99) boasts a 6.5-inch HD+ display and an all-day battery.
The Samsung Galaxy A top-of-the-line smartphones, the Galaxy A52 5G (starts at $499.99) and A42 5G ($399.99), each include camera features such as Single Take and Super Steady. The A52 5G has a rear quad camera with 64MP lens and a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED 120 Hz display, the first A series model to have the speedier refresh rate.